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The Why We Love it List
The proverbial Butler’s Pantry. Every kitchen should have this extra space for storage and an extra sink for clean up or to act as the ‘party bar’. Love the skirt where you can just move it aside and store large items you just don’t want to see.
You have got to love a chalk board where you can write down things you need to see right in front of your face – like your grocery list or when to pick up the kids!
This was a budget kitchen! Hard to believe! Love the yellow cabinetry and the soapstone counter/sink in one piece! The island is a high table that cost a couple of hundred dollars. Great alternative for more work space and it’s movable.
White, white, white, open shelving, and hanging kitchen tools everywhere. What is SO wonderful about this kitchen is that IS a real working kitchen, but that white gives it a spanking clean look.
What a great idea to retro fit an old dresser (or make it look like it) to house the country sink. The side drawers are super for handy storage and with the addition of the marble counter top, this feels home.
Concrete everything here. The open concrete shelves and countertop give an industrial, modern look with style and panache. Gotta love those big windows. Definitely cool.
White kitchens do not have to be bland. Adding a punch of color like the orange stools, mix-masters and bowls give life to this space. Just love it!
Apartment or small house living. Railroad kitchens are not a thing of the past. For that single cook or those who don’t cook a lot, this is the perfect solution.
Aga’s have long been known in England as the stove, clothes dryer and water heater. This is a wonder machine. For the US market there is a gas stove top alternative, but if you live in the upper US states, this baby stays on 24/7 and does it all.
The old kitchens of yesterday didn’t have built in cabinetry and appliances. They did have furniture- hutches and long prep tables. A lot cheaper than building in cabinets and you can take it with you when you move!